Across all commercial real estate sectors, verified spatial data plays a crucial role in the planning, design and management of buildings. A wide range of stakeholders, including asset managers, developers, investors, landlords and architects use CAD, 3D models, BIM and digital twin technology as essential components to drive innovation and efficiency in the built environment. In this article, we’ll break down these terms and understand each one in more detail.
We're thrilled to introduce you to Stak Hub’s latest enhancements. Stak Hub is our cutting-edge online platform, where our clients can securely and remotely access remote access to all necessary deliverables in a digital format.
Discover how digital twin technology and Building Information Modelling (BIM) are transforming commercial real estate, streamlining collaboration and optimising resource allocation for faster and smarter projects. Accurate spatial data forms the critical foundation, maximising the potential of commercial real estate projects.
Buildings account for a staggering 40% of CO2 emissions, contributing to climate change from the construction phase to day-to-day operations. Tackling this challenge requires a comprehensive approach that considers the entire lifecycle of buildings. With this complex landscape, decision makers may wonder where to start on their sustainability journey.